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Faculty DirectoryDewberry, Joe Invited Professor

  • Contact Information Office.SUPEX 444 Tel.82-2-958-3645 E-mail.joedewberry@business.kaist.ac.kr Lab.
  • Academic GroupsBusiness Communications
  • MajorOral Proficiency Interviews, Communication Skills, Presentation Skills

Education

    ▶ M.S., Management and Training, 1983
    ▶ University of Southern California
    ▶ B.A., English and Education, 1976
    ▶ University of Oregon

Career

    ▶ KAIST Graduate School of Management: Visiting Professor
    ▶ Global Leadership Institute: Teaching, Program Design, Advising, Proficiency Evaluation

    On a team of four, I design classes and teach in the language program for KAIST Graduate School Students. Responsibilities include curriculum development, proficiency evaluation, and teaching. Courses include Newspaper Reading and Discussion, Case Studies in Business, Basic Fluency, Presentation Skills, and Negotiation Skills.


    ▶ McKinsey & Company: Instructor/Coach
    Conduct OPIs, Program Design

    On a team of two I design and teach a series of 40-hour communication programs for new consultants two or three times a year. I conduct OPIs and then set up programs tailored to the specific needs on each new consultant. I also advise each trainee on specific steps for improving language proficiency.
    ▶ Various Major Corporations : Interviewer
    Conduct Interviews, Consultation

    I conduct OPIs and advise various corporations on language proficiency. Since obtaining a particular OPI level is a requirement for promotion into executive positions and for overseas positions, I work with training managers to maintain and ensure testing reliability and quality.
    ▶ Green Mountain College Director, Korea Center: Assistant Professor : Feb. 1996 - Feb. 1998
    Founded Korea Center Multicultural Training

    I established and directed GMCs Korea Center. My responsibilities included recruiting students, developing and implementing programs and curriculum, supervising instructors, establishing joint programs with Korean educational and corporate organizations, teaching, tutoring and advising international students.
    ▶ Sogang University Director of Inst. for English as an Int. Language: Dec. 94-Jan. 96
    Consulting, Program Design Supervision, Corporate Training

    I oversaw all aspects of the institute for Sogang University, one of the top schools in Korea. I designed or selected all materials and procedures. I was responsible for hiring, managing, and training our instructional staff of 25 - 30. As Director, I took control of securing and designing long-term contracts with large corporations, coordinating institute programs with other departments and institutes in Sogang University. I had control of a multimillion dollar budget.
    ▶ Sogang University Assistant Director of Inst. for English as an Int. Language : June 91 Dec. 94
    Corporate Training Systems

    I designed and implemented residential and on-campus management training programs for Korean corporations (clients included Samsung Group, SK Group, Sangyong Group, the Bank of Korea, and Citizen’s National Bank); I negotiated contracts and program content with these companies; supervised instructors and instruction through regular visits to the programs, consulted businesses on specific language- and content-based goals for their employees; trained instructors in teaching content-based (business, economics, culture, current events) classes; oversaw the day-to-day operations of the institute.
    ▶ Hyundai Group Program Director of Hyundai Managerial Dvlp. Center : Feb. 1988 - May 1991
    Hyundai Training Center
    Founded Intensive Program
    Professional Training System

    I designed and implemented Hyundai’s new training program. I supervised instructors and trainees in Hyundai Group’s residential intensive English and management program for mid-level managers and engineers. My responsibilities included: preparing managers and engineers professionally, linguistically, and culturally for overseas job assignments; developing curriculum materials for business, economics, engineering trainees; advising management on the feasibility of assigning particular managers and engineers to identified overseas and domestic positions.
    ▶ Sogang University Director of Inst. for English as an Int. Language: Dec. 94-Jan. 96
    Consulting, Program Design Supervision, Corporate Training

    I supervised residential and on-campus programs for various Korean corporations; participated in contract negotiation and program design for these companies; directed the programs through regular visits to the classes and company training centers; consulted businesses on specific language and content based goals for their employees; trained instructors in teaching content-based classes.
    ▶ Ajou University Instructor: Jan. 1980 - June 1982

    ▶ U.S. Peace Corps: Instructor: Peace Corps Volunteer:Feb. 1978 - Dec. 1979

Industry Advisory Activities

Publications (patents, etc.)

    Research Areas

      English
      Management and Training
      Language Proficiency Evaluation
    Contact : We, Chungin ( chunginwe@business.kaist.ac.kr )

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